Due to my current international employment, I sometimes have the task of explaining Perl in languages other than English. This is usually difficult, so I have been looking for good, current resources on Perl in alternate languages. I encourage everyone else to contribute any gems they may have found in their lanugage; my current research for Japanese is below:
Various O'Reilly books have been translated, including the Camel, Llama, Panther, and many others. Be careful that you are getting the most current edition, however.
Amazon Japan has many other Perl resources as well.
Two CPAN FTP sites: FTP 1 and FTP 2.
Japanese Perl Newsgroup: fj.lang.perl
Unfortunatly, what I really want is some online documentation or a direct translation of perldoc. I bet they're out there, but I don't actually speak Japanese, which complicates the issue. We're using ActivePerl in English here; I imagine there are no translations of the actual distributions. So, any help would be appreciated on my part for my Japanese quest, but I would also like to see what resources are available in other languages, just to see how far Perl has spread through the world.
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